For those unsure of how to take in Saturday's pair of Final Four games, fans will be afforded a number of different viewing and listening options. The games, which tip off at 6:09 p.m. ET from Atlanta, will be aired on television, streamed online and via smartphone app and will also be called live on the radio as well.
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Like they have all spring long, CBS will broadcast both semifinal contests live and in their entirety, with Steve Kerr joining Jim Nantz and Clark Kellogg in the booth for the third straight year. The two games, which feature Louisville and Wichita State in the opener and Michigan versus Syracuse to follow, will also stream online at NCAA.com as well.
For the tech savvy viewer, Apple has the March Madness Live app available iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and iPad Mini. Android offers the same app to their subscribers.
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And finally for fans stuck in the car on Saturday evening, both games will be broadcasted via Dial Global Sports Network. Tampa's Dial Global Sports Network affiliate is WHFS-FM 98.7.
The winners of Saturday's games will advance to Monday night's championship game.
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